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  • 1,2 FanClub! Rin and Gumi sing about their lives as Chinese actors' fangirls... It's awesome. Powapowa-P's "funklove mix" adds an awesome electro-house twang to this song, making it an easy suitor for the dancefloor.
  • "ACUTE".
  • Ah, It's a Wonderful Cat's Life by Gumi and Len, it's really catchy and upbeat, and overall very cute.
    • And if you thought "It's a Wonderful Cat Life" couldn't get any better, you were WRONG. Proudly presenting the a cappella version, as done by Gakupo, Galaco, Rin, Len, and Big Al. Enjoy.
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    • Gumi and Piko's version is just as good if not better than the original.
  • "Ai Dee" by Mitchie M, featuring Miku and Luka. The title doesn't say "Miku & Luka sing like humans!" for nothing. Then there's "Birthday Song for Miku", another Mitchie M song, has Len, Rin, MEIKO, KAITO, and Luka team up. Combining their harmony with Mitchie's ability to make them sound human, the result is an extremely catchy and sweet tune for the celebration of Miku's 5th anniversary.
  • This cover of Fullkawa-P's song "Alice", here covered by Luka and sweet!Miku.
  • Alice in Musicland: A wondrous 11-minute Musical featuring about 6 different songs and featuring Miku, Rin, Len, Kaito, Luka, and Meiko.
  • Hatsune Miku and Kagamine Rin team up to cover "All I Have to Do Is Dream" by the Everly Brothers. The result is actually very cute.
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  • Mew and Kiyoteru cover Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville's "All My Life", and Dionne Warwick's "That's What Friends Are For"
  • Kaito, Tonio and Yohioloid singing Erasure's "Always" is so beautiful, you just might cry.
  • "Android Girls", sung by Luka and Miku, has both a beautiful melody and an interesting storyline with a heartwarming ending.
  • "Aniimo" by Gakupo and Gumi is a cute and funny parody song (sung to the tune of "Go Google It!") about a brother-sister pair in an arguement, due to the (older) bother exhibiting his Big Brother Instinct tendencies thinking she's going out with a guy while the (younger) sister complains how overbearing he is (in reality she has Big Brother Attraction and was actually out buying him a birthday present).
  • "Answer", sung by IA and Miku, is a very emotional song.
  • Oliver and Yuki's duet of the alphabet song is just so freakin' adorable!
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  • "A Survey from God" is a surprisingly light, catchy song from Rerulili, that still asks some serious questions.
  • A Thousand Years (yes, that song from Twilight) duet by Avanna and Kaito blends well nicely and perfectly.
  • Kaito and Meiko's cover of "A Whole New World" from Disney's Aladdin is pretty much indistinguishable from real singing. If you listen closely, you can even hear them catching breaths between phrases.
  • The Crypton Vocaloids with Gumi and Gakupo bring you the creepy yet amazingly awesome Bad End Night.
  • Oliver and SeeU's cute duet of Beauty and the Beast.
  • "Blame of Angel" by kagura is just a plain AWESOME duet of Lily and Luka. The vocals are amazing and the instrumental is a good blend of rock and classical.
  • Covers of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody", amazingly done, considering the kind of song it is:
  • A duet by Miku and Gumi called Brain Fluid Explosion Girl. It's as nonsensical as Ura-Omote Lovers. Maybe more.
  • Duet covers of SeeU's "I=Fantasy", by SeeU and Luka, and by Miku and Kaito.
  • If We Meet Again, sung by Kaito and Meiko, is a song about two childhood friends reminiscing about each other.
  • Cover of Toto's "I'll Be Over You" by Kiyoteru, Gakupo, and Len.
  • Lily, Yuzuki Yukari, VY2, Kaito and Meiko from an excellent quintet in "Impulse X Pandemonics", by Polyphonic Branch. To quote the translator: "I like the unusual mix of vocaloids used for this song, it's pretty rare and refreshing. Everybody sounds really lively here, VY2 sounds very different to what I've heard before, Meiko sounds like she's having fun, and Yukari sounds lovely."
  • Gumi and Mayu team up in "Indulging: Idol Syndrome," a song about an idol getting addicted to their lifestyle, and then falling. The song is catchy, and it uses both of the girls very well. Also, the sequel-of-sorts: Sincerity Nature: Drastic Measures of Ignorance, featuring Rin and Len. It's even harder to sing, thanks to Rin's Motor Mouth.
  • iNSaNiTY makes good use of Kaito and Miki.
  • "渺小的producer", which translates to "Insignificant Producer," is a duet between Chinese Vocaloids Xin Hua and Yuezheng Ling that is just amazing to listen to. It also manages to be heartbreaking too, especially for Vocaloid producers, as it describes the struggle of a producer who wants more people to listen to his music.
  • Miku, Rin, and Len all sing The Internationale, in Japanese, the original French, and two English renditions.
  • Miku and Rin cover of Ranka Lee's "Interstellar Flight".
  • Just A Game With Gumi and Gakupo, there are no words.
  • Cover of P!nk and Nate Ruess's "Just Give Me A Reason" by the English voicebanks of Kaito V3 and Luka. Well made, and very emotional.
  • The Len and Gumi cover of "Kagerou Daze" bring a whole new power to the song which honestly fits the overall theme of the story.
  • "Key of Destruction and Lullaby" by Kaito and Nekomura Iroha. An unlikely duet, and their voices sound AMAZING together.
  • "Knife" by Miku, Len and Rin is awesome. The professionally made PV made it even more awesome
  • "Koe wo Kikasete" by Luka and Kiyoteru, with a nice 80's feel.
  • "Kokoro" was mentioned in Rin and Len's section, but this mix, "KOKORO+ KOKORO KISEKI", tops it.
  • IA + Miku = "Konoha's State of the World" = wow.
  • This version of Future Diary's first opening, Kuusou Mesorogiwi, all vocaloids used are pretty good.
  • "Kyôkasuigetsu", a beautiful duet sung by Miku and IA in which traditional music is combined with modern elements.
  • This one has different vocaloids (first part: Yuzuki Yukari; second part: IA; third part Yuzuki Yukari, IA and Iroha Nekomura) singing "Kyrie", an old Gregorian chant. Their voices sound like in a choir.
  • "Lady Face" by Gumi and Luka shot up to the top charts in Japan for reason. A very good reason.
  • "Last Answer", featuring ZOLA PROJECT, VY2, Gakupo, and Fukase. An unconventional lineup of male vocals, but they all work surprisingly well together.
  • Miku and Kaito singing "Last Night, Good Night". Also this version of "Last Night, Good Night" by Miku and Kiyoteru, and this one by Luka and Kiyoteru.
  • "La Llorona", a song based on the legend of The Weeping Woman, has an amazing beat, and despite using an unusual selection of Vocaloids, Oliver, Gumi and Maika sound wonderful together.
  • Lion, a song by Meiko and Luka. Also Meiko and Miku's cover of "Lion". This is another example of how truly amazing Meiko's voice can become when given that extra boost of effort.
  • Lollipop Factory featuring Miku, Luka, Gumi, Rin, and the long awaited Meiko Append. Besides being as cute as hell, this song is a nice break from all of the shipping wars between the 'loids.
  • "Love 1000%" sung by all of the male Japanese vocaloids. All of them.
  • Kaito and Meiko's cover of Frozen's "Love Is an Open Door". Shows off the capabilities of their English voicebanks quite well.
  • "The Love Suicides at Sonezaki", sung by Miku and Rin, based on the traditional Japanese play of the same name. As the title implies, it's quite a Tear Jerker.
  • Gumi and Rin's LUVORATORRRRRY! is a pretty catchy EDM piece that could be an anthem at any trendy club anywhere.
  • In "Mad Dance of Snow in the Heavens" Miku and Luka team up again to present this super catchy duet.
  • Iroha and Gumi's cover of "Maiden of Wood ~Thousand-Year Wiegenlied~". Their voices suit the song very well.
  • "magnet" is a song about forbidden love. This, the original, is sung by Miku and Luka, though there seems to be one for every conceivable pairing. Including Kaito and Kaito.
    • One of the latest installments pairs Kaito and Aoki, and somehow having the two of them the same size. It's up to you to decide whether Kaito shrunk or Aoki grew to human size (though likely the former, given how high he sings).
    • Even Yaoi haters love the Gakupo and Kaito version of Magnet.
    • Listen to how well Meiko and Kaito sound together.
    • This Lola and Leon cover of Magnet shows both Vocaloids at their best.
    • IA and Yukari's cover of "Magnet".
  • "Mami Sanctus", featuring Luka, Miku, Rin, SF-A2 miki, VY1, Sweet Ann, Gumi, Iroha, Sonika, VY2, Len, Tonio, and Big Al. It's absolutely beautiful.
  • "Mask" by KAITO and LEON. Double bonus points for not only managing to get LEON to sing in convincing Japanese, but also getting all of the fangirls to start cheering with delight.
  • Miku and GUMI's Matryoshka. Super catchy, a little bit crazy, a teensy bit creepy, 100% amazing.
  • IA and Gakupo's cover of "Moonlight Symphonia", in which they sound very emotional and, in fact, almost humanlike.
  • The first time these two have ever sung together: Piko and Gumi's Moon Walker.
  • If you like cute child couple parings, here are Gachapoid (in human form) and Yuki teaming up to cover "Magnet" and "Just Be Friends".
  • MineK makes some pretty impressive duets using Meiko and Gakupo. Here's some of his works:
  • What would be the result of using 7 different vocaloids in a single song? Well, "Mr. Music" would be the result. An awesome one as well.
    • Smiling has 13 vocaloids, and it's just as, if not more, awesome.
    • Blessing has 6 vocaloids, but that doesn't make it any less awesome than the above. As it was made for creator Halyosy's 3 year old nephew makes it Heartwarming as well.
  • "Nakimushi Kareshi" cover by Iroha and Piko is just beautiful. Not only is it one of the most realistic sounding Vocaloid songs, but it is quite possibly the closest Piko has come to sounding like the real Piko yet.
  • "Near", a song originally sung by Miku, sounds very powerful and sad coming from Fukase. Una's repetitive robotic backing help bring it to life.
  • "Nemuri Hime, the sequel to "Yumekui Shirokuro Baku", explains Len's actions in the previous song with such a beautiful way. In the song, Len actually sounds desperate and if you listen closely, you can hear the raw emotion in his voice. Gumi harmonizing with him in the chorus is also nice.
  • Luka, Miku, Len, and Rin together covering Limahl's "The Never Ending Story".
  • Gakupo and Kiyoteru's Nyouwaku.
  • "On The Rocks", a lovely and delightfully risque duet between Kaito and Meiko.
  • "One Step Layered" by Miku and Luka. The fact that this song was the producer's first work makes it even more impressive.
  • "Out of Eden" covered by VY2 and Kaito. With a nice Project Diva Edit PV to boot!
  • Kaito and Miriam's Paganism is incredibly good.
  • The Pair Tree Wither-er is an absolutely beautiful duet between Kaito and Meiko.
  • "Perfect Crime", featuring Len and Luka.
  • The Phantom of the Opera...sung by Prima and Tonio--in glorious V3. Listen in HD, you're welcome.
  • Mew and Tonio covering Phantom of the Opera. How did the producer get around the fact that Mew is Japanese only? Easy; it's bilingual.
  • "Phantom Thief F's Scenario" is a mystery novel told through song, featuring ten vocaloids: Miku, Gakupo, Meiko, Mayu, IA, Luka, Kaito, Gumi, Rin and Len. Try solving the case.
  • "Pina Colada" sung by Yukari and IA makes for a very sultry duet between two tic people.
  • "Platinum Romance" sung by Miku, Miki, and Yuki is as good as it is adorable.
  • Sonika and Tonio's cover of "Poker Face". Circus-P once again showing the full capabilities of the Engloids.
  • From the people behind "Phantom Thief F's Scenario", we have Portrait of the Pirate F, featuring Meiko, Rin, Kaito, Len and Luka in a catchy but slightly creepy retelling of Peter Pan.
  • Luka, Miku, IA, Rin, and Gumi's "Pomp and Circumstance". A very catchy tune that's great to dance to, but especially notable for the moaning sounds the five vocaloids make at certain parts of the song.
  • Miku, Rin and GUMI's Poster Girl's Prank" with slightly disturbing lyrics. The PV is quite creepy too, but the art is so beautifully detailed.
  • "Project Distortion", featuring YOHIOloid, Gumi English, Maika, and Mayu. It's an original English song, with an awesome beat. Yes, you heard us; the producer somehow got a Spanish and Japanese Vocaloid to sing English. While the picture doesn't show anything greusome, the lyrics are not for the faint of heart or stomach.
  • "Project file KVLR". Very entrancing.
  • Len and Luka do "Promise".
  • This Psychopath cover by Kiyoteru and Big Al is very well done and one of the few songs that uses both a Japanese and English Vocaloid that doesn't try to force one of them to sing in the other language.
  • "Pygmalion" features Len as the eponymous king of Cyprus and Luka as a positively gorgeous Galatea. Their voices blend beautifully together.
  • Maika and Clara in "Quiero un Dinosaurio" ("I want a dinosaur") by Akuo is too cute for words.
  • "Rabbit Stars, Evening Country" by Rin and Iroha. It's totally adorable.
  • Miku and Luka's "Red Leaf".
  • "Rejection Chute from Heaven", sung by Gumi, Miku and Rin, is a quirky but at the same time profound song about a girl who has a Near-Death Experience.
  • "Reverse Rainbow" is another great Miku and Rin duet.
  • Revolver Dragon is an amazing song sung by GUMI and IA. Even though the lyrics are about suicide, it's still an earful.
  • Rolling Girl (Len) + Rolling Girl's Rap (KAITO). No words to describe its awesomeness.
  • "Rondo of the Sun and Moon" by Polyphonic Branch featuring Miku and Luka. The song tells us the relationship of Luka and Miku, which mixes The Masochism Tango and Star-Crossed Lovers with bits of Love Transcends Spacetime and Reincarnation Romance at the end.
  • "Scarlet Demon of the Pavement" is a seriously awesome song sung by Meiko and Kaito. THERE ARE NO WORDS.
  • Secret After School is a both awesome and catchy piece featuring 9 Vocaloid girls (with VY1 / Mizki included in final chorus). There's something satisfying hearing a Morning Musume-esque song, Yuki sings scandalous lyrics aside.
  • Iroha and Hiyama's cover of SiGRe is pretty damn awesome.
  • Una, Yukari, and Flower get a chance to shine in a cover of "Shake it!" Una makes the song more lively than ever, and when she's backed by the other two, it becomes an amazing song.
  • Snow in Bethlehem sung by Luka Megurine and Kaai Yuki. A heartwarming Christmas song.
  • Gumi and Luka's "Speed".
  • Spiral Game with Miku, Rin, Luka, and TWO LENS.
  • Miku, Rin, and Len cover Def Leppard's "Stagefright", complete with a cheering crowd and effects to simulate a live concert, and some amazing vocalization by Miku to sound like a hardcore rock singer.
  • "Straying Rhapsody" by the main Internet Co. trio... It's an amazing song with great graphics about a girl having to go through the hard decisions of life.
  • This cover of "Suki Kirai" by Hyurno features excellent tuning of Miku V3 and Luka V4x, with an adorable PV to boot.
  • Add "The Summer I Can't See You" to the list as well. Just goes to show how one could potentially form a successful Boy Band with a big Fangirl follwing as a result. And yet another one, "Flowers Bloom in The Night Sky Please Summer!".
  • This cover of "Summer Idol" by Akita Neru and Kasane Teto is adorable.
  • Prepare to be blown off by the awesomeness of Gumi and Iroha covering "That is Me" (also known as "I am Mrs de Winter") from Rebecca the Musical. A duet so godly and well made.
  • That Wonderful Love Once More is the oldest, confirmed non-demo song in Vocaloid history, sung by the prototype versions of Meiko and Kaito in 2003. It's about how Meiko and Kaito met and became friends while in development. In the end, Meiko leaves (following the fact that she was released first), but she promises to Kaito that she's his...(It wasn't continued in the end.) A bit of Vocaloid history is in the description as well. Another song called Romance Distance Long Love could be considered a continuation of it, also sung by Meiko and Kaito, who soon get reunited with each other.
  • Tei and Len's cover of This Is The Happiness And Peace Of Mind Committee is just awesome. Has a sort-of sequel in their cover of The Path To Eternal Happiness, I Found It. It's just as good.
  • Time Machine is a sweet duet between Gumi and Nekomura, and is rendered wonderfully.
  • This cover of "Tokyo Teddy Bear" is epic. It manages to coordinate the voices of 19 vocaloids, and Teto, into a beautiful chorus.
  • Gakupo and Luka's cover of Kaito and Meiko's song "Tsugai Kogarashi" is one of the very few covers that is actually pretty good.
  • Thanks to VocaloidMasterGiuseppe, Tonio and Big Al have a good duet in "Tu vuo fa l' americano". It's also a good song for Tonio's voice, since there are few songs with him that aren't parodies.
  • "Twin Colours", sung by Luka and Meiko. The song sounds beautifully ethereal, and Luka and Meiko's voices harmonize very well.
  • Meiko, Len, Rin, Miku, and Kaito get together to sing "Uninstall, and it is even more awesome and terrifying than the original.
  • "Until The Day I Can Meet You Again", sung by Yuki and Gumi, is very beautiful and emotional.
  • Watashi ga Odoru Toki by Meiko and Gakupo. They sound very realistic here.
  • This cover of "We Are The Crystal Gems", sung by Luka, Rin, Miku and Len as Garnet, Amethyst, Pearl and Steven respectively. It's adorable.
  • "What does the Fox Say Vocaloid Edition" with YOHIOloid, KAITO and Leon. Gets really funny during the chorus when the Vocaloids try to make those alleged fox sounds. Even the producer admits it was just too ridiculous.
  • White Letter, another cute paring of Yuki and Gachapoid.
  • "Winter Fantasy" by Kiyoteru and Yuki.
  • "Witch" by Luka Megurine, the Kagamine Twins, Hatsune Miku, and Gackpoid is a song that tells of a woman who is accused of using witchcraft to seduce the man she is in love with. The song's intro is a highlight, as is the melodic, Latin-filled chorus. While listening, ask yourself, "Who is the witch: Luka or Miku"?
  • "World's End Dancehall". A song about dancing at the end of the world (and insulting dancing). Really catchy, as well.
  • "Yield", originally by the band Sound Horizon, covered by IA as the main singer, Yukari as the narrator, and Piko and the Kagamines as backup singers. This cover manages to replicate the unusual singing style of the original and still have an unique sound of itself.
  • Cover of Cobra Starship's "You Make Me Feel" by Big Al and Gumi English. Big Al makes it more Rated M for Manly than the original by singing an octave lower, and Gumi's English is pretty good.
  • Zutto, Zutto is one of the best sounding songs out there, featuring a nigh human-sounding Meiko, Kaito, Miku, Rin, and Len. It's also one of the few videos featuring more than one character that completely averts Shipping; the entire cast just seems like one big, happy family.
  • This multi-Vocaloid cover of "Master of the Heavenly Yard" changes the already epic and beautiful song (originally only sung by Rin/Riliane, Len/Allen and Miku/"Sleep Princess") into a gorgeous Massive Multiplayer Ensemble Number, with almost every character who has a major role singing at some point—Nemesis, Gammon, Clarith, Michaela, Kyle, Germaine, King Arth, Irina, Seth, Banica, Gumillia, etc. all get a part and they're gloriously tuned and pitched.

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